Discover the wonders of the Maremma

A land rich in history, art and nature

Mount Amiata

A few minutes from the farmhouse Monte Amiata stands proudly, an imposing volcanic peak that enchants with its beauty and its history. Located between the provinces of Siena and Grosseto, this majestic peak offers a unique experience for lovers of nature, history and culture.

Uncontaminated nature

The majesty of Mount Amiata reveals itself in a setting of uncontaminated and diversified nature. Its slopes are surrounded by a dense forest of chestnut, beech and fir trees, which offers breathtaking landscapes in all seasons. Hiking along the paths that crisscross the mountain offers an unparalleled opportunity to get closer to the local flora and fauna, including species of birds of prey and wild mammals.

History and culture

In addition to its natural beauty, Monte Amiata boasts a history rich in charm and culture. At its feet there are ancient medieval villages such as Abbadia San Salvatore and Santa Fiora, custodians of artistic and architectural treasures. Local traditions, linked to woodworking and ceramic production, have been handed down for generations, offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the authentic roots of Tuscany.

Authentic gastronomy and flavors

The flavors of Tuscan cuisine are expressed in all their authenticity in the restaurants and trattorias scattered around Monte Amiata. From specialties based on porcini mushrooms, to local cheeses, to delicious traditional peasant dishes, every bite is a journey into genuine flavors and recipes handed down over time.

Outdoor activities

Lovers of sport and outdoor activities will find a true paradise in Monte Amiata. From hiking to cycling, winter skiing to paragliding, the opportunities for fantastic adventures are endless, making this mountain a perfect place for those who love action and nature.


Maremma coast where sea and nature blend

The Maremma coast extends like an uncontaminated gem along the Tuscan coast, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea with its unique beauty and offering an unparalleled experience for those seeking the combination of sea, nature and culture.


Pristine beaches

Its beaches enchant with very fine sands and crystal clear waters, immersed in a natural setting of extraordinary beauty. From long stretches of free beach to secluded coves, the Maremma coast offers choices for all tastes, perfect for those seeking tranquility and relaxation or for those who want to experience unforgettable seaside stays.

Nature reserves and protected parks

This coast is a paradise for nature lovers. Nature reserves such as Diaccia Botrona and the Maremma Natural Park represent a wide variety of ecosystems, and unique flora and fauna habitats. The walks along paths immersed in the Mediterranean scrub or among ponds and pine forests offer a surprising naturalistic spectacle.

Villages and traditions

The villages of the Maremma coast, with their ancient architecture and medieval streets, preserve a cultural heritage rich in history. Picturesque towns such as Castiglione della Pescaia, Talamone and Orbetello invite you to explore their traditions, local craftsmanship and the culinary delights of Maremma cuisine.

Outdoor and sporting activities

Sports enthusiasts find a true paradise in this area: from sailing to snorkeling, from horse trekking to bird watching, the Maremma coast offers a wide range of outdoor activities for all ages and tastes. Sailing schools and diving centers make this the perfect place to explore the crystal clear waters and experience unforgettable adventures.

Archaeological sites of the Maremma, treasure troves of history

The Tuscan Maremma is a land rich in millenary history, guardian of extraordinary archaeological sites that narrate ancient civilizations and tell centuries-old stories. These places, immersed in the natural beauty of the region, are true treasures buried in time, testimonies of past eras that still fascinate and amaze today.

Roselle: Etruscan and Roman city

One of the most significant archaeological sites in the Maremma is Roselle, an ancient Etruscan and Roman city. The ruins of this settlement offer a fascinating glimpse into daily life at the time, with temples, baths, walls and streets that stand out in the landscape, telling stories of trade, religious rituals and culture.

Vetulonia: Cradle of Etruscan culture

Vetulonia, one of the most important Etruscan cities, is rich in necropolises and evidence of ancient civilization. The mound tombs, the remains of the city walls and the finds preserved in local museums narrate the importance and richness of this thousand-year-old civilization.

Populonia: between sea and iron

Populonia, with its necropolises and the ruins of the ancient city, is another archaeological jewel of the Maremma. The presence of the Etruscan civilization is visible in the finds discovered and in the remains of the ancient furnaces for melting iron, testimony to the great craftsmanship of those times.

Pitigliano and the Vie Cave

In addition to the ancient cities, the Maremma offers a unique heritage with the so-called "Vie Cave" around Pitigliano, evocative streets dug into the tuff rock by the Etruscan people. These enigmatic paths are testimony to the engineering mastery and daily life of ancient civilizations.